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FOX News
Dec 3, 2016 1:00pm PST
taiwan is ruffling some feathers with the government in beijing. china now issuing stern complaints to the u.s. over a phone call between mr. trump and taiwan's leader. now the diplomatic break is the first of its kind since the u.s. broke off its ties with tie won back in 1979. so what is going on? brian is live in new york city. >> reporter: forget trade, when it comes to china-u.s. relations, the most sensitive topic is taiwan. china believes that taiwan is part of their country and taiwan believes they're a sovereign nation. so as you can imagine, the first phone call between a president-elect and a taiwan leader since 1979. china issuing a formal complaint today in part saying we urge the relative parties to the u.s. to abide to the commitment to the one china policy and to handle taiwan issues with caution and care to avoid unnecessarily interfering with the overall situation of china-u.n. relations. taiwanese leader called to offer her congratulations and the issue here is that taiwan is playing up this phone call as a potential major signal that the u.s. may kboboost the sup
FOX News
Jun 5, 2016 9:00am PDT
? >> china hitting back against us. new bold claims from beijing. secretary of state john kerry has arrive there'd for talks. building a military base there, the man made island saying it has the right to establish it's own air defense zone there, but our secretary of state say that's would be provocative. we have senior fellow of the american enterprise institute and a fox news contributor here with us today what is china up to? >> they are systematically and rapidly pursuing taking their territorial claims to the south china sea and making them a physical reality. they will not engage in the negotiation that the obama administration called for since secretary of state hillary clinton's first visit to china seven years ago. they're making an indoor reality and sadly we're making occasional diplomatic comments -- >> we have seen them building aircraft carriers, military action, and we heard the threat -- let me just play you one sound bite from this weekend, the top guy, look what he said basically about us. chooi no will never allow our security rights to be infringed. we refuse to
FOX News
Dec 3, 2016 2:00pm PST
pretty historic phone call? >> good evening. well if you want to get china mad and you are the united states, put in a phone call to taiwan or cozy up to taiwan and that is exactly what critics and others are looking at here with the phone call from trump. not since 1979 has the president or president elect made a call or had any contact with the leader of taiwan. china believes taiwan is a territory of theirs. taiwan believes they are a sovereign nation. today china's government filed a formal complaint saying we urge the u.s. to abide to the commitment of the one china policy and to handle issues with caution and care to avoid unnecessarily interfering with a overall situation of china-u.s. relations. the trump transition team said tsai innicalled. but this phone call is being played up in taiwan that the u.s. may boost its support of a free and sovereign taiwan. they said the two spoke roughly ten minutes about establishing a closer cooperative relationship. mr. trump tweeted last night the president of taiwan called me yesterday to congratulate me on winning the presidency. thank
FOX News
Aug 20, 2016 1:00pm PDT
country to prevent them from being hacked possibly in november. >>> china's military making a major advancement, building its first ever overseas outpost in the east african company. let's talk about it with senior fellow with the heritage foundation and a security and foreign policy analyst. thank you for joining us. >> good to be with you. >> the u.s. has 42 bases in foreign countries, that's the most of any nation. britain, france and russia each have about a dozen and now china building its first on the east coast of africa. what's the significance? >> it's political and also operational. political is the chinese have interests in africa and increasingly in the middle east and having a facility there allows them to have a naval presence. when the navy gets there it needs gas and food and fix stuff and so having a permanent base allows you to keep a sustained presence there and it can be for all kind of things. you might have to do an evacuation of employees if something happens or somebody that gets sick or other reasons. there's lots of reasons why you would want to do things i
FOX News
Dec 3, 2016 11:00am PST
fallout from krcritics and china over a phon call from taiwan's president to president-elect donald trump. the reason, the united states and the diplomatic ties with taiwan in 1979. though taiwan is an independent nation with a democratically elected government, china considers that island nation as a renegade province and has now filed a formal complaint with the white house. china is urging the u.s. to abide by the one china policy, that yesterday, the obama white house reaffirmed that policy. let's get the latest on this and ore news from team trump with brian. brian, what is china saying about this phone call to taiwan in terms of details? >> well, a sort of complicated relationship just got rattled with last night's phone call and this morning, china responding to its foreign ministry, woorng the u.s. to essentially back off when it comes to taiwan and chinese relations. they especially said you know, they say they asked the u.s. to act with caution and care to avoid unnecessarily interfering and the statement reads already made solemn representations ab it to the relevant u.s. side.
FOX News
Apr 16, 2017 9:00am PDT
steps the president has taken. however, china and north korea shifted wad they do visibly on any number of occasions in the last 25 years when public outrange and the united states, japan or elsewhere grew to an extent where they felt they had to pull back. so at this point it's too early to tell whether there is a real change in china's view of how to deal with north korea's nuclear weapons program. or saying to kim jong-un, put a sock in it until the short attention span mayor quans go away. eric: they have not conducted the 6th nuclear test. do you think that will come? down* they have some idea -- john: they have an idea when our overhead is taking pictures. who knows, our intelligence about a lot of this nuclear activity inside north korea is very sparse and very sketchy. it could come at any moment or it could be another six months. we just don't know. eric: what has changed, during clinton administration they negotiated oil for food. what do you think the trump administration do now, especially considering the fact that the carl vinson battlegroup is off the shores. john:
FOX News
Aug 28, 2016 3:00pm PDT
., work with china and try to prevent them from acquiring more technology and weapons-related materials. >> what should we do that we are not doing now? >> one of things we are not doing we are not focused on north korea inc. i have met people that didn't know north korea changed their tactics. we have to deal with china. there's a dilemma. china doesn't want north korea to have nuclear weapons because it's bad for them. if they squeeze north korea, north korea will collapse and they will have a failed nuclear weapons state on their border and they don't want that. how to get around that dilemma? we say, my kl league john park and i say go to china and use your domestic laws, the things you are committed to, anti-corruption campaign, counterfeiting and focus that on chinese firms that are helping north korea inc. >> do you think that would do that? do you think the chinese play ball? they protected the north koreans at the security council for years. >> it's true but it is true more recently, this weekend they supported the u.n. statement condemning the missile test. they are saying the
FOX News
Sep 3, 2016 2:00pm PDT
. >>> the united states and china formerly joining the climate change agreement reached in paris last year this happening during president obama's visit to china. it's his last trip as president. the u.s. and china produce about 40% of the world's carbon dioxide emissions. >>> the philippine president declaring a state of lawlessness comes after an attack in the southern region killing at least 14 people and injuring dozens more. they are blaming the extremist group for the attack. the state of lawlessness gives the military special operations including checkpoints and searching cars and pedestrians. let's talk about this. what do you make of this situation? do you think it's radical islamic terror or some have said it could be drug cartels as well. >> that's a great question because both of them are upset with the president right now. he declared an outright war. that's the first time that's hafd. sayyaf has conducted bombings like this but at the same time he's got this war on drugs where all the drug organizations, they're not quite cartels, but they're still enterprising are in mo
FOX News
Dec 3, 2016 9:00am PST
one that is already rattling a complicated relationship with china. china today lodging a formal complaint, a diplomatic protest over the phone call between president-elect donald trump and the taiwanese leader saying, quote, that they usual the u.s. to, quote, act with caution and care to avoid unnecessarily interfering. as you know, china believes taiwan is a part of their territory. taiwan believes it is a sovereign nation. it is a point of contention that almost led to war-the last 60 years. the trump transition team says, simply a congratulatory call. but in taiwan, this call is being propped up as a major, perhaps a major signal that things could change with the new administration in terms of taiwanese and american relations. taiwan's central news agency referring to the call as, quote, a historic conversation. they said the two spoke for roughly ten minutes about establishing a closer cooperative relationship. the news agency even pointed out the trump transition team referred to taiwan's leader as president. mr. trump tweeted last night saying, quote, look, the president
FOX News
Sep 3, 2016 9:00am PDT
cat. there's a tidy cats for that. >>> president obama this weekend is in china touting an agreement to fight climate change. many say he should be confronting china over its growing military presence and aggression. >> reporter: hello from china with president obama. this is the ultimate deliverable. the paris climate accord. he'll likely face more than his fair share of diplomatic head winds as long as he's here at the g-20 summit. at its very core it's all about the diplomatic, economic and security interests of the world's 20 largest economies. it's the paris climate agreement that will mark this occasion as an historic one. president obama and the president of china formally committing the world's largest economies to a joint plan to reduce greenhouse gasses. >> there are no shortage of cynics who thought the agreement would not happen. but they missed two big things, the investments that we made to allow for incredible innovation and clean energy, and the strong principled diplomacy over the course of years that we're able to see pay off in the paris agreement. >> this deal com
FOX News
Oct 30, 2016 3:00pm PDT
factories since china entered the world trade organization. another bill and hillary backed disaster. colorado lost more than 100,000 manufacturing jobs since clinton's nafta and china's trade deals went into effect. we're living through the single greatest job theft in the history of the world. what the world has done to us because of stupid, corrupt politicians. what the world has done to us. a trump administration will stop another disaster which will come about if i'm not president. the trans-pacific partnership. renegotiate nafta, we have to, and we are going to stand up to china on its currency manipulation, and i've done so much business with china. we're going to be fine with china. problem with china, they have no respect for our country. they have no respect for our president. they'll respect us again. in the meantime, they're building a massive fortress in the middle of the south china sea so they take our money, they take our jobs, they make everything for us. we bring it in no tax, no nothing and yet it's almost impossible for us to do business over there. i don't know i
FOX News
Mar 19, 2016 12:00pm PDT
a disaster. china has -- it's one of the great robberies in the history of the world. what china has done to our country. china has been rebuilt, because of the money and the jobs we have lost and the money we have given them. we have rebuilt china. and they know it. i have many friends from china. i don't have any objection to china. i think it's wonderful. i'm angry at our people, not their people. if you can get away with it. so look, we've rebuilt china. and it's not free trade. it's not anything. this is horrible, stupid trade. when you have an imbalance of $500 billion a year, folks, we've got to get smart. i've got carl icahn, the greatest negotiators in the world, the greatest business people in the world endorsed me. they say trump is the only one who knows what corporate inversion is. you look toe corporate inversions, companies -- pfizer, great company. pfizer just announced they're leaving. the great drug company. thousands of jobs. they're going to ireland. many companies, as you know, are going to mexico. carrier air conditioner, nabisco, ford. where are they going? the
FOX News
Apr 16, 2017 10:00am PDT
. you saw china in the past couple of days despite the fact that the president is saying that the president of china is a terrific guy, thanks for all the help. all of these things are, they are public statements that have been pretty down the middle-of-the-road.saying that the us and north korea both have bows bent and a care in the other metaphor but it certainly is north korea tobacco. is it different what they are saying publicly and privately? >> i think so. they have stopped importing call from north korea which is a huge source of revenue for the regime. we have seen an issue warnings through their press, and official papers say maybe will stops in the oil maybe we will cut off aid. they're definitely trying to send signals to him but it is just how will that be received. >> so far it seems like they will be -- now is get to the failed missile testing. there has been a lot of suggestion in terms of whether or not there was any kind of us cyber attack on their missile program. talk to someone earlier, former member of the nsc, senior advisor at the white house and said i can
FOX News
Sep 4, 2016 10:00am PDT
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FOX News
Sep 10, 2016 11:00am PDT
for roa eed fore never see the light of day from jails in china, in russia, in iran. people need to think this through a little bit more. even the premises of this are faulty. there's some idea the saudi government was behind the -- partially behind the attacks of nefb. that rest on the asuch shun that american intelligence has been unable to determine one way or the other whether they were involved. really, do you think a lawsuit that's going to involve not human intelligence agents or national technical means but will involve inwhere enter rogtory, request for production of documents and depositions is going to find out what american intelligence was not capable of finding out? i mean, that's why i say this is a terrible hoax on the families involved. >> i want to move on to another contentious issue and one that koontz to raise big concerns talking about north korea. setting off another blast and one that is quite powerful. right now the united states, president obama saying that there will be consequences. but really what can we do apart from enforcing stronger sanctions? should
FOX News
Sep 4, 2016 3:00pm PDT
business dealing, of who he is in debt to $600 million in debt to the bang of china? all the china thing is a real problem. >> kevin, a last question to you, two and two to each of you, hillary clinton has not held a news conference to answer some of the vexing questions about not only benghazi or e-mail serve or the file investigation and of course lately her foundation a fox news poll found that just came out, 66% of voteers think she is not honest or trustworthy and oddly enough, the same number, 66% think she is selling glue by virtue of her foundation. is she going to hit on this? >> and 55% think the file should s indicted her. hillary clinton is historically unpopular candidate who has negatives we have never seen before the only reason she is given a chance is she is running with higher incomives than her in donald trump. but this will put more pressure on the mod rare whose will have to hold the guys' feet to the fire because you have two candidates that have not been answers questioning and in when case with the tax, we will never see his taxes by the way but with hillary
FOX News
May 7, 2016 1:00pm PDT
. china provides over 70% of north korea's electricity, fuel and food. why doesn't china use its leverage to reign in kim jong-un. >> china wants a stable north korea on its border. it does do what it can to control and assist north korea and the regime to stay in place because they don't want the refugee problem were or even worse if there's a war between the north and the south. using jordan as an example, look at how many millions of refugees jordan has had to assume from syria and iraq. countries want stability on their borders with other countries and they're going to do what they can to maintain stability, china is in north korea. >> thank you. just started following you on twitter today. i encourage other to do the s e same. >>> el chapo is on the move but we're hearing it's not on his own accord. where is the drug lord going. >>> a new study revealing that a drug meant to help your heart may be linked to dementia. the doctor is in with what you need to know about it. let's celebrate these moments... this woman... this cancer patient... christine... living her life... lovi
FOX News
Sep 10, 2016 3:00pm PDT
can make warheads small enough to fit on an intercontinental missile. even china publicly denouncing the latest explosion. but so far, there are no signs kim jong-un's regime will stop. how can we deter a nuclear north? joining us now is jim walsh, international security expert with m.i.t. security studies program. jim, calls for new sanctions, tighter sanctions, but the sanctions so far in the oil for food deals, you know, they've done zippo to stop their program. >> i agree with that, erik. in this report we put out that "the wall street journal" highlighted, in some cases, the sanctions actually improve their, ironically, counterintuitively, improved their ability to procure wmd. what a difference a week makes. you and i spoke a week ago, you know, exactly at this time and now -- and we talked about the prospect of a test and now we have a test. >> you point out "the wall street journal" report, they say in the report today that, you know, there's a big huge gaping china loophole because they're not stopping all that trade with in north korea and if they just pull the plug on that
FOX News
May 21, 2016 10:00am PDT
become a u.s. ally and intends to challenge china in the region. from vietnam, president obama heads to japan for a summit of the group of 7 industrialized nations and will make an historic visit to hiroshima, the site of one of the nuclear bombs dropped on japan. that has been controversial, to say the least. on friday, at the press briefing, eric schultz said the president would not revisit the decision to drop the bomb or not but as we know, president obama has been very vocal about his feelings towards nuclear weapons and the symbolism of visiting hiroshima is unmistakablunmista. >> this is the first time a sitting president has visited. >> first time for a sitting president. what he said there will be very telling. >> people will be listening. this is the time obviously, it's the middle of a presidential election here. but what the president says over in vietnam also in hiroshima people are watching closely not here in the u.s. but all over the world. >> they are listening to not only what president obama says but think about this from the japanese perspective and the vietnamese
FOX News
Nov 27, 2016 12:00pm PST
vessels that built up in the south china sea? seem lix these are bold or provocative actions. >> the iranian buzzing in the small boats, russian low flyovers and thing. one, unprofessional, two, unsafe. we hope we can deconflict these things, but it's not going to keep us from doing everything we need to do to fulfill our mission. >> ray mavis, former democrat governor of mississippi, has been secretary of the navy since 2009. >> the rise of russia. rise of china. and particular in the south china sea. isis. things that you don't, can't know what's going to happen. >> secretary mavis know that is the navy has been ramping up shipbuilding. another sign of increased military response since 2014, the obama administration has been returning troops to iraq. officially an advisory and support roles. >> how many more troops can americans expect to be b going to iraq? >> if more is require and i'm sure there will be, additional authorities and capabilities that will be required, i'll let our commanders see opportunities to do that. >> we have undertaken some military operation, but the diffe
FOX News
Apr 16, 2017 1:00pm PDT
be first test of this presidency, but china could shut them down, we should expect them to act to prevent what could be a ca cataclysmic event. arthel: bringing in our panel now, doug schoan, and jay, a senior advisor to ohio governor john kasich. good to see you. >>ed did to see. >> so, jay, is this first test on the trump presidency, and can the president put his deal making a you can men -- ac -- t. >> i think it is the first test, the game of thrones that we've witnessed in white house, seems to be turning end. foreign policy folks that favor russia before, now it seems to be favoring a deal with china, that is a good thing for us, in syria and north korea, i think that president trump presidency based on dinner trump had with president xi last week and vice president's trip to south korea is positive, this is going to be a long slow dance with china. arthel: doug? >> i agree with jay generaly, but first, a couple of things, this was a temporary setback, today. for them, but, the north koreaiance, but only temporary, they have icbms that can be fitted with nuclear weapons and
FOX News
Apr 27, 2016 10:00pm PDT
very, very quickly. >> he also talked about china. he talked about russia. he talked about radical islam. he talked about building up our nation's military, taking care of our veterans. it was long. it was substantive. a relationship with israel and other countries. what were your thoughts on it? >> well, i read the speech on the way out here, and i saw part of it at the airport waiting for the plane, and first of all, i thought on television he looked presidential. he looked serious. he looked controlled. and overall, i thought it was a good presentation. the speech, itself, is a very serious speech. i think you're going to find it ridiculed by some of the washington establishment. in part because it challenges so many of their assumptions. but i think his challenges are pretty useful. he has a very bold view of russia and china. something which will startle all of the traditional, you know, anti-russia, anti-chinese mantra, but what he's saying is pretty straightforward which is the first stage ought to be is there a way to get to a relationship that is friendlier rather than mor
FOX News
Mar 20, 2016 1:00pm PDT
china is looking to take huge steps. >> china is already in there. >> in fact, china's trade with cuba grew by 57% in the first three quarters of last year. >> second largest trading partner. >> absolutely. >> next to venezuela. but the chinese are already in there. they're after the telecommunications business. they're after the infrastructure. it makes sense. one repressed government does not want freedom, does not want their people to get to the internet. they're very concerned about communication. very suspicious of the united states. and guess what. china has the same issues. china is going in there saying we have figured it out. so they are right in there. it's going to be very tough, although at&t is fighting for the job. >> right. and that would make it easier as american travelers -- >> i would be very suspicious of internet used by someone else. >> no, i just meant in terms of phone service. you're right that china is trying to get the internet action there. >> and they're in debt. >> can they trust the chinese to not get information? >> well, it's one repressive government t
FOX News
Mar 15, 2016 6:57pm PDT
with you. apple and all of the great companies making their product in the united states. not in china. vietnam. and all of -- and we're not going to be losing our companies. you know, our companies are leaving our country. rapidly. rapidly. whether it's carrier air conditioning, whether it's ford, whether it's eaton. i was in cleveland and eaton corp. is leaving and so many companies are leaving. and frankly, i'm disgusted with it. i'm tired of seeing it. and there's no reason for it. it's just gross incompetence at the highest level. we should not allow it to happen. pfizer, great company. pharmaceutical company. they're going to ireland. and there are so many more. corporate inversions. people can't get the money back into the country because the politicians can't get along. they can't make a deal. everybody agrees, democrat and republican. everybody agrees the money should come back. there's $2.5 trillion outside of this country. everybody agrees that the money should be here. and the politicians for three years haven't been able to make a deal. and we could make a deal. there's an
FOX News
Apr 27, 2016 3:00pm PDT
watch too many movies. who? a small business in china. a business? they work nine to five. they take lunch hours. like a job? like a job. we tracked them. how did we do that? we have some new guys defending our network. new guys? well, they're not that new. they've been defending things for a long time. [ digital typewriting ] it's not just security. it's defense. bae systems. shoshow me more like this.e. show me "previously watched." what's recommended for me. x1 makes it easy to find what you love. call or go online and switch to x1. only with xfinity. >>> an amazing fall from grace tonight for a man once second in line for the presidency. former house speaker dennis hastert is headed to prison. correspondent mike tobin tells us why from chicago. >> calling him a serial child molester,en angry judge thomas durkin hit former house speaker dennis hastert with a sentence more than twice as harsh as what the prosecution called for, 15 months in prison and a mighty fall for a man once two heartbeats away from the presidency. an admired winning wrestling coach. >> mr. hastert's legacy is
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Aug 6, 2016 2:00pm PDT
thrasher winning the first u.s. gold medal at the rio olympics. the 19-year-old beats china's two-time gold medalist li du by one point in the air rifle. >>> a missing ohio teen found safe in wyoming. she disappeared on thursday while working with groundwork usa in grand teton national park. still questions as investigators say she had cut and dyed her hair and ran when officers approached her. >>> i have acknowledged repeatedly that using two e-mail accounts was a mistake and i take responsibility for that. but i do think, you know, having him say that my answers to the fbi were truthful and then i should quickly add what i said was consistent with what i had said publicly and that's really sort of in my view try to tie both ends together. >> try to clarify a statement she made on fox news sunday. claiming fbi director james comey called our comments regarding the use of our e-mail truthful. but turned out director comey actually did not say that, he contradicted her statement about the e-mails when questioned about this. so what does she have to do to gain more voter's trusts and can
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Jan 7, 2017 11:00am PST
say, while russia, china, other countries outside groups and people are consistently trying to break through the government institutions businesses, organizations including the democratic national committee there was absolutely no effect on the outcome of the election including the fact there was no tampering whatsoever with voting machines. it is important to note this classified-unclassified report says it is not the job of the intelligence agencies to assess whether or not russian interference had an impact on the outcome election. in a tweet mr. trump blamed the dnc of gross negligence for allowing the russians to hack their system, but it is informed to note that the intelligence reports that russians infiltrated both republicans and democrats alike, but chose only to disclose the democratic information in the manner which they did. now in tweets this morning, it appears mr. trump is not willing to get into contentious relationship with russia put vladmir putin when he is president. having a good relationship with russia is a good thing, not a bad thing. only stupid people or fo
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May 17, 2016 6:00pm PDT
problem speaking to him. at the same time, i would put a lot of pressure on china because economically we have tremendous power over china. people don't realize that. they are extracting vast -- billions of dollars out of our country, billions. >> you say you would talk to kim? >> i have no problem with speaking to him. >> in that interview, trump also said if he becomes president, he would seek to renegotiate the recently ratified paris climate accord, saying it's an accord that is inherently unfair to the united states. that china has given years to do the same things and that the united states would have to do almost immediately. he also said that he would seek to repeal almost every part of the dodd/frank banking legislation as well. tomorrow, he'll focus on foreign policy again when he meet also with the wise sage of the nixon and ford administrations, secretary of state henry kissinger. it's likely because kissinger is 92 years old, will celebrate his 93rd birthday a week from friday, that donald trump will meet with mr. kissinger. you might remember, last week, he had a hastily
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Oct 29, 2016 8:00pm PDT
. you take a list of 30, we are 28 and 29. you have sweden, norway, china and japan and countries that are spending much less money and doing a better job. so we would end common core and bring education local. >> one of the first things that donald trump talked about is education as a state and local function. ending common core is born. but his passion to give parents ability to choose regardless of income and area code. he is impatient with failure. >> also on the list is climate change. and if you are a millennial that thinks that climate change is a problem. why would you vote for a trump- pence ticket. >> because we want clean air. we want safety. we want clean water. crystal clean water. but we can't give hundreds of billions of dollars away to groups that we don't know where the money is going. it is crazy. our businesses can't compete with businesses from other countries because of what they're man dated to do. we have to build our businesses back up. climate change. some people agree and don't. both groups are vocal. some agree and don't. i am an environmental believe it or n
FOX News
Aug 21, 2016 3:00pm PDT
millions of dollars to the bang chinas run by the chinese state. that is enormous leverage should he decide to act on his promises to have a trade war with china. we need to evaluate both candidates. >> for more on this, we go to our reporter in the washington bureau. the clifton foundation, apparently has announced a new fundraising numbers. what did you have? >> the clinton campaign will not confirm it but the associated press is reporting that the clinton finance director told staffers they are halfway to the goal of raising $1 billion with a "b" for the 2010s with race and not shipping sign of slowing down offer the weekend, heading fundraisers in unanimous kentucky and cape cod and more more planned in 14 states over the next two weeks. right new the polls have her ahead by 5 points but there is renewed vulnerability on two familiar fronts. e-mails and the family foundation. her cam main manager defended the clinton foundation by pointing fingers at the bush foundation. listen. >> the steps they pledged to take, as a philathropic organization we did not hear questions about the
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Apr 23, 2016 9:00am PDT
. we're going to see jobs coming back to america from mexico. back to america from china. manufacturing jobs coming back to pennsylvania. and we're going to see wages rising. and young people once again coming out of school filled with hopes and dreams and with two, three, four, five job offers. that's what the election is is about. it's why so many americans are united behind our candidate. >> everyone shares your world view. can you go on the record about how you're going to barely represent all of americans and not just americans who agree with your conservative -- >> well, sure. that's an easy. and the constitution and bill of rights protects everyone. it applies to everyone. protects the religious ability of everyone. everyone of us has the right the live according to our faith, to our conscious, without government getting this the way. and the beauty of the constitution and bill of rights is it allows if r r diversity, allows for people who disagree to live together in harmony. one of the sad things about the modern tract party is the intolerance of the far left. the effort to sil
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May 14, 2016 10:00am PDT
at the negotiating table with countries like china and japan which cheat on the trade deals and we know what china is doing right now, when we send our goods and services over there, our intellectual property and computer software, things like that, what do they do, they steal it. they don't protect -- >> hack in and steal it. >> so maybe having someone like donald trump at the negotiating table say, look, you're not going to be able to have free trade with us unless you start abiding by the rules. i can live with that as a free trader. it's high time we did that. >> we're putting this on the internet so -- what do you think of my transcript change. extra credit. steve moore, appreciate it. >>> still to come a new trick in the benghazi terror attacks investigation as key players come forward with brand-new details about the deaths of those four brave americans and the regret that haunt them now. >> should have been there and that's the worst part. that's the horrible feeling to have when you can help someone, especially when you don't even find out until later and you hear that peo
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May 22, 2016 1:00pm PDT
the region especially when you consider china's growing influence in the region and in the south china sea in particular. there are also some u.s. veterans, arthel, hoping the u.s. president will address the m.i.a. issue, that is, the return of the americans service personnel that have been kept here since the vietnam war. this is ahead of the president's visit to japan for the g-7 summit where the tpp will be the main issue with another historically significant event expected to dominate it and the president will make remarks but not going to apologize for the bombing of the city out of nagasaki. there are a couple of major headlines i want the folks at home to keep in mind. number one, is this continued pivot towards asia, especially from an economic and a security perspective, and two, expect fairly high emotion as the president navigating sensitive waters of the past with these countries in particular as he talks about what has happened in the past in japan and specifically here in vietnam. but we'll talk about that throughout our coverage here during the president's visit. b
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Apr 30, 2016 10:00am PDT
world view. we hear about isis. at the same time you have the rise of china who won't let u.s. air craft carriers dock in hong kong, you have russia buzzing u.s. planes and u.s. warships and all the media focus seems to be on isis. do you think that's right or do we need to have a little bit different view? >> it's a complicated world. the threats to the united states have only increased and that means our attention needs to increase. we need to be able to think on multi-different levels. you talk about russia. here's the thing that drives me crazy, the russians a number of weeks ago said they were leaving syria and you had -- >> if you believe the russians. >> yeah. you had senior administration folks in national security say this is a good step forward when all the russians were doing, they took a dozen of their fighters back to moscow. >> and switched in helicopters? >> absolutely. >> somehow we managed to buy all of that. it is a complicated world. dangerous world. appreciate your time protecting it for us, protecting us from it and your service in congress. come back and talk
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May 7, 2016 12:00pm PDT
about our possible friendships and shared interests with russia and china. i'm glad he is looking to develop his policies. it is nice of senator corker to assist him but he has a long way to go, uma. >> in your reading with mr. trump, did you find him to be open to listening to different points of view? >> he was curious. he has his own opinion on issues. i think it sounds to me as if he would like to read historic military things, especially about the civil war, so he has an interest, but i also think he has certain ideas that are preconceived especially with regard to the middle east and to our allies and i think now that he has announced his team about two weeks ago with great names, walid farris, he is a middle east expert, now he has people around him that can help solidify his policies. >> you had concerns about some of the statements made in the foreign policy speech he gave about friendship and shared interest with russia and china. can you elaborate on that? >> yes. if you have a broad, historic sense, you will understand that even if putin says he is killing terrorists or e
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Aug 11, 2011 9:00pm EDT
america went. it went to china, malaysia we need to bring it back. i put together a four-point plan, including producing more energy. the big thing i proposed is take the corporate rate which makes us uncompetitive. particularly in exporting goods and cut it to zero for manufacturers. you want to create opportunity for businesses, cut that tax to zero. our jobs will come back. [ applause ] >> bret: turn ing the economy around the is top -- turning the economy around is the topic we've received the most messages, teeths about. finding specific solutions to the country -- tweets. finding specific solutions will be the topic of debate toe night. >> government now pawlenty and congresswoman book hand there's an expression expression minnesota nice. governor pawlenty, you say representative bachmann has no accomplishments in congress. you have questioned her ability to serve as president because of her history of migraines. governor, is she unqualified or just beating you in the polls? >> chris to correct you, i have not questioned congresswoman bachmann's migraines. i don't think that i
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Apr 10, 2016 9:00am PDT
and china use s critical to having a usable war head that can be put on top of those peaceful ballistic missiles that iran is developing. this is the kind of contempt that the ayatollahs have shown for the united states, for this deal, for the whole process right along. and they are not letting up. they are thumbing their noses at us. they are getting a way with it. >> the president and the administration have said that this deal would prevent them from building a nuclear bomb. yet they are doing the hmx. and they say they just want nuclear power for electricity. can you use hmx to generate four for your toaster in tehran? >> no. but it has all turn turntive uses as an insensitive high explosive. this is what iran has done for almost three decades now, finding dual uses for most of the components of a nuclear weapons practice. it's purely coincidental that they need dual uses for everything that sort of makes up a shopping list or the ingredients for a nuclear war head. this is so patently obvious to observers who understand nuclear weapons that it caused our allies in britain
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Feb 20, 2016 4:00pm PST
have great military but we can't beat isis. we don't win on trade. you look at what china's doing to us, what japan does to us, what mexico is just killing us at the border. at the border and with trade. mexico is killing us absolutely -- we'll do the wall. don't worry. we're going to do the wall. we're going to do the wall! and by the way, who's going to pay for the wall? >> mexico! >> mexico's going to pay for the wall. the other politicians come down-u can't get mexico to pay for the wall. i said 100%. we have a $58 billion trade deficit with mexico. the wall is going to cost 10 to 12 billion dollars. okay? believe me, they will pay. one of the officials actually, one of the ex-officials from mexico had a news conference, and he announced that we will not be paying for the wall, who does mr. trump think he is? they came to me, the press, these people. look at all those cameras back there. [ boos ] the press came to me and they told me he said he would not pay for the wall, do you have a comment? i said yes. the wall just got ten feet taller. [ cheers and applause ] it's true. and
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Nov 8, 2016 11:00am PST
produces some of them in china and mexico and other countries. when he came to michigan he said he didn't like what they were paid. he has -- when he really talks about things that working men and women care about, and whether or not this billionaire can identify with the real struggles that we're seeing working men and women deal with every day, i think in the end that is why secretary clinton will win tonight. >> we'll see. you know people are voting right now. they will be voting after work when they get home. this story is very far from being written. i will be covering the exit polls and these are the things that i'm looking for. people in a lower income class, two thirds of the country that is not college educated, who do they vote for? which way do they lean? >> donald trump may be a billionaire, but fact is he got it the old fashioned way. people look at hillary clinton and they realize based on her connection to government, as secretary of state, shaking down governments for hundreds of millions, and we're not talking about the friendliest countries to us, we're talking ab
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Apr 23, 2016 3:00pm PDT
election. >> you have companies and china itself and they all have these powerful lobbyists in washington and the senators and the congressmen don't do anything. i'm self-funding my campaign, folks. >> reporter: my football coach used to say wins doesn't come cheap but when it comes to politics losing does come cheap either. >>> republicans started this presidential election with 17 candidates in the race. now it's down to three. but the party is still plenty divided. so what does rnc chairman presbyterireince preibus plan to do to find unity. >> i know our candidates will try to say some things to attracts attention. that's part of politics. we all need to get behind the nominee. i've just arrived in atlanta and i can't wait to start telling people how switching to geico could save them hundreds of dollars on car insurance. but first, my luggage. ahh, there it is. uh, excuse me, sir? i think you've got the wrong bag. sorry, they all look alike, you know? no worries. well, car's here, i can't save people money chatting at the baggage claim all day. geico®. fifteen minutes could save you
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May 29, 2016 9:00am PDT
. i think it's correct. i think looking at what china's trying to do in the south china sea which is take control of what are now international waters and exert its own power over disputed territories is we need to come to vietnam's assistance and the philippines and the other territorial claimants to keep the waterways open. as lord palmerston, the great uk prime minister said, we have no perpetual enemies, we have interests that eternal and bepetual and to those we owe our duty. >> ambassador john bolton, thanks for being with us today. >> glad to be here. >> well, tropical storm depression bonnie it is makes landfall and is now soaking south carolina. bonnie was downgraded from a tropical storm after coming ashore earlier this morning. flash flood warnings issued for several counties in the state with as much as 8 inches of rain falling in some areas. more now live from charleston, south carolina with more. jonathan? >> reporter: hi, arthel and greg. well, there's a break in the clouds and now all sorts of tourists are coming out. most of the rain was well in the advance of the ce
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Aug 7, 2016 10:00am PDT
overseas, whether or not we're overextended, what we need to do about an aggressive china that is really eating our lunch on economic issues. all of those are legitimate. but he's got to be able to talk about them in a measured, disciplined way that doesn't make people believe that he is just completely unhinged and undisciplined and can't pass that minimal threshold of can you see this guy being the commander in chief of the greatest superpower in the world. >> a lot of people have been talking about getting some measure and discipline to donald trump's speeches for about a year now. we'll see if anything changes going up to the election. john hannah, always appreciate your insights, sir. good to see you. >> thanks so much, leland. >> liz, what's coming up? >> after the break some prominent republicans are showing support for hillary clinton. so what does this mean for gop unity? >>> and a village in india finds a surprise visitor in their local well. we'll tell you about it after the break. guess what i just did? built a sandcastle? ha, no, i switched to geico and got more. more? 24/7
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Jul 21, 2016 10:00pm PDT
30 years saying this stuff. >> and a lot of it about china from the very beginning. first conversation i think i ever had with him had to do with china. >> he's got his issues. all right. more from the political insiders in a minute. >> yep. then the 2016 republican national convention, if you can believe it, is history. >> and they wrapped it up in a very classy way. take a look at the fireworks. man, oh man, what a show. meanwhile, as we have said, the democrats get their turn next week in philadelphia. tonight, mr. trump in his acceptance speech said he's going to attract democrats like those bernie sanders supporters, the soci the socialist democratic senator from vermont. can he actually do that? will he? can they? we'll take a look at that straight ahead. every time a pga tour professional sinks a hole-in-one, quicken loans is giving one lucky winner reason to celebrate. one shot from them. one mortgage-free year for you. it's the quicken loans hole in one sweepstakes and you could be the next winner. enter today at pgatour.com/quickenloans for your chance to win a y
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Jun 26, 2016 9:00am PDT
think so. i think what's happening between russia and china, the possibility that sovereign nation states could re-emerge democratically elected is a positive, and i don't think you can equit the european union with europe. there are two entirely different things and what the brexit referendum showed and what popular opinion is in many european countries is that the institutions, the governance institutions of the european union have served their purpose and would best be dispensed with and if you could simply revert to the idea as the re-u as a trade union you'd be miles ahead. >> the european union is not europe. very interesting words and a take for us to keep in mind as we go through the turbulence of the next few weeks. ambassador john bolton, thank you. always good to see you. >> thank you, eric. >> absolutely. arthel? >> well, the winds are dying down in central california giving firefighters a much-needed assist in their battle against a raging wildfire. that fire has burned more than 150 homes and claimed at least two lives and those numbers could rise. authorities found w
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Jul 21, 2016 7:00pm PDT
will always put america's best interests first, whether it's a trade deal with china or standing up to radical islamic terrorists. as he has done so many times before, he will stand up for the brave men and women who defend our country and who protect us here at home. he will bring about the change this country so desperately needs and get the job done. it's been a long time since we've had a president like that. donald trump. it's time to make america great again. ♪ ♪ here comes the sun >> ladies and gentlemen, please give a very warm welcome to ivanka trump. ♪ little darlin', it's been a long time coming ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> good evening. thank you. one year ago, i introduced my father when he declared his candidacy. in his own way and through his own sheer force of will, he sacrificed greatly to enter the political arena as an outsider, and he prevailed against a field of 16 very talented competitors. for more than a year, donald trump has been the people's champion, and tonight he is the people's nominee. [ cheers and applause ] like many of my fellow millennials, i
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Mar 15, 2016 4:00pm PDT
kind of country do we want to live? is china's rise good for the united states of america? or should would he be more competitive vis-a-vis china? i think it's good that we are starting to talk about it regardless of what the outcome is. it's a good debate we arefi finally having in the g.o.p. >> laura, thank you. >> great to see you. >> donald trump is hoping for a clean sweep tonight that could put him in unstoppable path to the g.o.p. nomination. florida and its 99 delegates could play a crucial role. >> but what if the republicans get to cleveland without any candidate having enough delegates to clinch the nomination as we were just talking about? analysis on how that could all play out next. you can't predict... the market. but at t. rowe price we can help guide your investments through good times and bad. for over 75 years, our clients have relied on us to bring our best thinking to their investments so in a variety of market conditions... you can feel confident... ...in our experience. call a t. rowe price retirement specialist or your advisor ...to see how we can help make th
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Jul 19, 2016 10:00pm PDT
, guilty. in china and syria. >> guilty. >> in iran and russia and cuba. >> guilty! >> and here at home, for risking america's secrets to keep her own and lying to cover it all up? >> guilty! >> all right, so i'll steal todd's phrase that he just taught us. he backed it up and brought it but it looks like hillary is too, talking about the wizard of oz and such. is this a sign of things to come? >> well, a couple things. certainly chris christie's auditioning for, i guess, the second job he wanted since he didn't get his first job. which is fine, let him do that. but the truth of the matter is, that's really all that chris christie can do. he can come with this sort of prosecutorial style, but he really doesn't have much of a record in new jersey. a lot of folks in new jersey didn't like him and even the conservatives in his party did not like him, and they took him to -- they took him out in the back and beat him senseless because he hugged a president who came to help him after a hurricane hit his state. i mean, to me, you know, i don't think he's a darling of the moderates, and h
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Sep 4, 2016 9:00am PDT
. >>> world leaders are meeting in china for the g20 summit reaffirming their dedication to global growth. president obama seeking to smooth diplomatic relations while he's there, including a meeting with russian president vladimir putin tomorrow on the sidelines of the gathering. one item on their agenda may be hitting a roadblock. expectations to breakthrough on a cease-fire agreement in syria remain low. joining me is former u.s. ambassador of the u.n. and a fox news contributor. ambassador, glad to have you with us today. there was supposed to be a breakthrough deal between the u.s. and russia. we are going to share military and intelligence nminformation. the latest is russia is waivering on that shared intel. any surprise there? >> no surprise. frankly, i wouldn't be disappointed if it fell through. this idea we can cooperate with russia against isis and not have other consequences that could be detrimental to american interest in the region is fantasy. i think this is part of the administrations unwillingness to see russia's main interest is the assad regime, which barack ob
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